£10:01 for 206 bound A5 pages including p&p must be good value and as the sales copy suggests
would have cost you more in ink if you attempted it on your home printer.
The example image of a manual on the website bares no relation what so ever to the actual manual you will receive.
The general impression is that it was produced on the cheapest paper possible using an old and dirty photo copier,
leaving lots of thin black lines across all the pages not enough to make it unusable but extremely poor, any home printer
would have made a better job.
The binding is also the cheapest possible, not the sort shown on the website. It just about fitted the 206 pages but even then,
although very well package in a jiffy bag, the cover page had already come away before I opened it.
Conclusion: if it seems to good to be true it usually is.